Analysis of ALDH1A2, CYP26A1, CYP26B1, CRABP1, and CRABP2 in human neural tube defects suggests a possible association with alleles in ALDH1A2

Kristen L. Deak, Margaret E. Dickerson, Elwood Linney, David S. Enterline, Timothy M. George, Elizabeth C. Melvin, Felicia L. Graham, Deborah G. Siegel, Preston Hammock, Lorraine Mehltretter, Alexander G. Bassuk, John A. Kessler, John R. Gilbert, Marcy C. Speer, Joanna Aben, Arthur Aylsworth, Cynthia Powell, Joanne Mackey, Gordon Worley, Timothy BreiConnie Buran, Joann Bodurtha, Kathleen Sawin, Mark S. Dias, Philip Mack, Elli Meeropol, Nicole Lasarsky, David McLone, Joy Ito, W. Jerry Oakes, Marion Walker, Paxila Peterson, Bermans Iskandar

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